Energy Efficiency at Home
A typical family in the United States spends over $1,000 each year on their home's utility bills. Unfortunately, much of that energy is wasted because of inefficient use. By practicing a few inexpensive steps you can reduce your energy bills by up to 50%, and help reduce air pollution at the same time.
I'm sure you've heard your parents say: "Turn off the light when you leave the room" and "Turn off the television if you're not watching it." or "Shut the door so the cooled air doesn't get out." Well . . . by following these suggestions you really can help save energy.
Would you like to learn many other ways of using electricity more wisely so you can save money on your family's energy bill and help create a healthier environment for everyone?
All you need to do is take the tour of our "Energy House" which will tell you about easy things you can do to conserve the amount of electricity you use everyday around the house and maybe even at school.
Tour the Energy House